Nightlife in Prague
An Introduction: Nightlife in Prague
Nightlife in Prague offers a bit of everything to suit just about every taste. From dancing, to live music, comedy, and place for those that just want to enjoy a few beers in the company of new friends or old.
So for that reason, no single nightlife guide to Prague could ever hope to be fully comprehensive. Having said that, we’re going to do our best to outline a sample of what’s on offer.
Nightlife in Prague: Pubs
Czech’s love to drink beer, and you’ll find no shortage of bars in just about every part of the city. Many of then remain open until the early hours and lively all through the night. Also, It’s worth remembering that in some bars, the bartender will eagerly replace a nearly finished beer without even checking. So make it clear if you’ve had enough for the night.
Nightlife in Prague: Clubs
Prague has plenty of nightclubs catering to all tastes of music. Some with a purely local crowd, while others, especially those around tourist hot-spots like Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, have a more foreign crowd.
Roxy, Lucerna, OnceClub, Ku and Cross Club all tend to make the list anytime someone tries to compile a list of the city’s best venues. So see what they’ve got on and pay a visit. Dress code is usually smart casual and entry is often reasonable, expect for the most popular acts.
Nightlife in Prague: Live Music
The city’s live music scene is thriving, with folk, rock, electro and even more obscure genres all catered to.
Jazz Dock has world class jazz acts every week. Another venue is the Karlin Forum has regular rock acts and is well regarded for its great acoustics. Also the venue known as MeetFactory is known for great contemporary art exhibitions during the day and equally quirky music performances by night. Finally, during the summer, Bajkazyl which is a bike shop turned art space, has free live performances several times a week.